Eliane Radigue Occam IV / Occam River I / Occam Delta IV...
A distinctive sound in France’s musical landscape featuring the compositional methods of “concrete music” plus a certain affinity for American aesthetics. Éliane Radigue and her faithful ARP 2500 synthesizer and tape recorder built an electronic opus. Today she transcends divisions between instrumentalist and composer, researching, searching for and creating sound with no electronics.
22 of Novembre : Occam IV, for Viola / Occam River I, for birbyne and alto / Occam Delta IV, for tuba, cello and harp* /
Occam Delta V, for bass clarinet, tuba, cello and harp* / Occam Hexa I, for bass clarinet, tuba, viola, cello and harp*
23 of Novembre : Naldjorlak I for cello, II for two basset horn, III for cello and two basset horns
Carol Robinson, birbyne, basset Horn and bass clarinet
Bruno Martinez,basset Horn
Robin Hayward, tuba
Julia Eckhardt, Viola
Charles Curtis, cello
Rhodri Davies, harp
Corealisation Collège des Bernardins ; Festival d’Automne à Paris // With the contribution of the Sacem